Perfect Picture Book Friday! Every Turtle Counts by Sara Hoagland Hunter

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I haven’t read this book, but it looks like a delightful story. We must remember that Everyone Counts. Beryl

This Kid Reviews Books

Susanna Leonard Hill has a feature on her blog called Perfect Picture Book Friday. It is a list of “perfect” picture books recommended by all sorts of people. I chose this book because it is a fantastic story! 
turtlecountsEvery Turtle Counts
by Sara Hoagland Hunter
Illustrated by Susan Spellman
36 pages – ages 5+
Published by Peter E. Randall on April 1, 2014

Theme/Topic- Turtles/ Autism

Genre- Realistic Fiction

Opening and Synopsis-

From the inside jacket:

“When seven-year-old Mimi discovers a frozen sea turtle on the beach, she doesn’t know she has stumbled upon one of the rarest animals on earth. All she knows is she must save it. Based on the true plight of Kemp’s ridley sea turtles, born on just one beach in Mexico and stranded each year in the hook of Cape Cod, Every Turtle Counts is the story of an autistic child who, with the help…

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About berylreichenberg

I am a storyteller. Writing and illustrating books for children, I have published over 35 titles. Three of my books, "Ants on a Log", "Camouflage", and "The Mysterious Case of the Missing Birthday Cake" have been published by a traditional publisher, Oak Tree Press. These are available from Oak Tree and Amazon as well as other outlets. The others are published by Blurb.com and can be seen on their website. Some of my stories are in prose and some in verse. All are designed for small children and young school children. My fiction stories are designed to delight these children and help them learn about themselves and the world around them. I also have a number of nonfiction books about animals, the natural world, and other cultures. I illustrate my stories with drawings and photographs. I hold a Master's Degree from UCLA and have taught school in California. I hope that young children and their adult companions will enjoy reading my books as much as I enjoy writing them.

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